CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 25, 1977
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(Studio) United States Olympic Committee chooses Los Angeles, California, as site of 1984 Olympic summer games.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Colorado Springs, Colorado) New York City and Los Angeles, California, make presentations to committee at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Film shown. Hugh Carey and Abraham Beame rep. NYC. Jerry Brown representatives Los Angeles. [pres. United States Olympic Committee Robert J. KANE - announces the winner.] [Los Angeles Mayor Tom BRADLEY - believes city will suffer no financial loss.]
REPORTER: Murray Fromson
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